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Release Date:
23 February 1982 (USA) See more »
This is a remake of Walter Scott's Ivanhoe. Ivanhoe, a worthy and noble knight, the champion of justice returns to England after the holy wars... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

James Mason ... Isaac of York

Anthony Andrews ... Wilfred of Ivanhoe

Sam Neill ... Brian de Bois-Guilbert

Michael Hordern ... Cedric

Olivia Hussey ... Rebecca

Lysette Anthony ... Lady Rowena

Julian Glover ... King Richard
George Innes ... Wamba

Ronald Pickup ... Prince John

John Rhys-Davies ... Front-de-Boeuf

David Robb ... Robin Hood

Stuart Wilson ... De Bracy

Michael Gothard ... Athelstane

Tony Haygarth ... Friar Tuck
Philip Locke ... Grand Master
Timothy Morand ... Prince John's Attendant
Kevin Stoney ... Fitzurse
Dean Harris ... Phillippe
John Hallam ... Herald
Kenneth Gilbert ... Marshall
Debbie Farrington ... Alicia
Stewart Bevan ... Edward
Geoffrey Beevers ... Beaslin (as Geoffrey Veevers)
John Forgeham ... Front's Lieutenant
Chloe Franks ... Attendant
Robert Russell ... Leader
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Derek Lyons ... Squire (uncredited)

Lucien Morgan ... Sir Edward (uncredited)

Directed by
Douglas Camfield 
Writing credits
John Gay (written by)

Sir Walter Scott (novel "Ivanhoe")

Produced by
William Hill .... associate producer
Norman Rosemont .... producer
Original Music by
Allyn Ferguson 
Cinematography by
John Coquillon (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Bill Blunden 
Casting by
Irene Lamb 
Production Design by
John Blezard 
Art Direction by
Ken Court 
Set Decoration by
Terry Parr 
Costume Design by
Olga Lehmann 
Makeup Department
Helene Bevan .... hair stylist
Robin Grantham .... makeup artist
Stephanie Kaye .... hair stylist
Eddie Knight .... makeup artist
Jane Royle .... makeup artist
Barbara Sutton .... hair stylist
Production Management
Laurie Greenwood .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Steve Lanning .... second assistant director
David Tomblin .... assistant director
David Tringham .... second unit director
Art Department
Andy Andrews .... property master
Bill Surridge .... construction manager
Sound Department
Don Sharpe .... sound editor
Ivan Sharrock .... sound recordist
Hugh Strain .... dubbing mixer
Special Effects by
John Evans .... special effects supervisor
Vic Armstrong .... stunt arranger
Vic Armstrong .... stunts (uncredited)
Dickey Beer .... stunts (uncredited)
Richard Bonehill .... riding double (uncredited)
Wendy Leech .... stunts (uncredited)
Greg Powell .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
James Devis .... camera operator: second unit (as Jim Devis)
John May .... supervising electrician
Joe Pearce .... still photographer
Herbert Smith .... camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Daryl Bristow .... wardrobe master
Brenda Dabbs .... wardrobe mistress
Editorial Department
Peter Honess .... assistant editor
Music Department
Allyn Ferguson .... conductor
Other crew
Roy Button .... location manager
Peter Harvey .... production accountant
Doreen Landry .... unit publicist
Sally Pardo .... production assistant
Doreen Soan .... continuity
Callum McDougall .... production runner (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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142 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Canada:PG (video rating) | Netherlands:12 (DVD rating) (2009) | Sweden:15 (video rating) | USA:Not Rated

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Since the premiere in 1982, Ivanhoe has been broadcast on Swedish television on the January 1st almost every year. It's now considered a tradition.See more »
Brian de Bois-Guilbert:Rebecca, hear me, listen. We can still escape, I have a strong black stallion waiting at the edge of the field.
Brian de Bois-Guilbert:In the name of God then, I beg you to renounce your faith and admit your guilt.
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18 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Sir Walter would be proud, 5 September 2000
Author: Caledonia Twin #1 from Between Dunipace and Dallas

Pride and prejudice, betrayal and revenge, lust and purity, kidnappings, tournaments, and ransoms... what better ingredients could be assembled in one film? This retelling of Ivanhoe has many exceptional qualities, including first-rate cinematography and chivalric music. But the quality of this Ivanhoe lies in the casting. James Mason plays an excellent Isaac of York, and Olivia Hussey's Rebecca is every bit as passionate as Elizabeth Taylor's. Lysette Anthony has all the ingenue quality of a Saxon princess; yet one wonders whom Ivanhoe would have chosen to marry if race and religious prejudices had not been the order of the day. One of the strengths of this film was, to my mind, the triumvirate of villains Bois-Guilbert, de Bracy, and Front de Boeuf. Sam Neill is brilliant as the knight torn between his order and his obsession with a "Jewess heathen", and Stuart Wilson shines in the supporting role of the besotted de Bracy. This film was released on video at one point, as I rented it from a video store. I highly recommend it.

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